A new milestone has been reached with the Windows Phone Marketplace. A mere 25 days after reaching 50K, the store has now claimed a further 10,000 additions to its portfolio.
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Holding an interest in technology from an early age, Mike is currently a Mac user having used both Windows and Ubuntu Linux for a number of years. He is also an occasional gamer, and enjoys Portal, Bioshock and Rock Band (among others).
Mike is currently studying English at Queen Mary, University of London.
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An investigation into video quality on the Xbox 360 Metro update has revealed some worrying results: while Zune content plays at full 1080p, third-party video has been limited to 720p.
Word that Microsoft and Sony have tipped off partners about their future consoles has been making the rounds, with news suggesting that both companies will unveil their next consoles at E3 2012.
SkyDrive has received another update, adding geotag support for photos uploaded that contain location info. Reports suggest that more changes are in the pipeline, so expect further updates soon.
Research firm MIC has published a report that predicts 80 million Windows Phone devices will be sold over the course of next year. Overall marketshare is expected to reach 13%, with Android leading.
Apple saw great success in the all-in-one sector last year, accounting for a third of all sold computers. The market is expected to expand dramatically, with an estimated 23 million sold in 2014.
A new job posting from Microsoft reveals the company's plans to offer phone backups in future versions of Windows Phone 7. Judging by the description, Microsoft is aiming for simplicity.
Mobile tweeters on Windows Phone 7 have reported problems with signing in and tweeting. The problem appears to be linked to a change in the API, which has sent apps into disarray.
Domain registrar GoDaddy has been hit with a boycott of its services, after Reddit users discovered the company's support of the controversial SOPA bill. Users are now taking their websites elsewhere.
The tablet wars rage on as Archos announces its next foray into the touchscreen world. The Archos 70b comes with a retail price of $199, making it one of the cheapest Android tablets around.
Screenshots have leaked of build 8172 of Windows 8. The images show the PC settings screen and refined Windows Explorer controls. The Metro-style start screen also makes an appearance.
J.T. Wang, CEO of Acer, has stated that his company is planning to move away from its current business strategy. Instead of churning out cheap hardware, Acer will start focusing on ultrabooks.
A new tablet set to shake up the lower end of the gadget spectrum is gearing up for release. The Novo7 comes in at a mere $99, a price that's got even the top guys at Google talking.
A musician in the Netherlands has attacked anti-piracy group BREIN for distributing his work without permission on millions of DVDs. The piece was originally written for a local film festival.
In a recent interview, Stallman has listed Facebook as a form of "mass surveillance". Thanks to the ubiquitous "like" button, the company can keep track of site visits all around the web.